Gallup Inter-tribal Ceremonial - Spectacularly colorful dress of the Aztec Indians from Mexico as seen during annual parade in Gallup, New Mexico - Postcard published by Petley Studios, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Color photo courtesy Santa Fe Railway - 1950's.
War Dance at Indian City, U.S.A. in the heart of Oklahoma, Home of the Red Man - Postcard published by Baxter Lane, Amarillo, Texas - 1950's.
Henry Ray Lambert - Cherokee Indian - Cherokee Indian Reservation, North Carolina. On the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park lives the Eastern Band of the Cherokees. Numbering more than 3000 today they are descendants of those Cherokees, who fled to the vastness of the Great Smokies when the Cherokee Nation was re-moved to Oklahoma in 1838. (Postcard Copyright 1963 W.M. Cline Co.)
Greetings from San Jon, New Mexico - Back of postcard is handstamped "Circle M Motel" and Restaurant, Interstate 40 - Published by Dexter Press - 1950's.
Ramsey Walkingstick, Cherokee Indian. Cherokee Reservation, Cherokee, N.C. - The Cherokee Reservation is located on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is the home of over 3000 members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. - Postcard is dated 1969 Buckhorn Press.